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>> reporter: those buildings right now or threatened by the fire. i'll show you of what is happening at the command center. 785 firefighters on the scene. and this is what they are calling their many and deceive the amount of crews and structures here being built this because they do not know how long they will be out here fighting the fire right now. it is extremely hot out here. my car thermometer told me that it was 100 degrees. is sold dry, at an extremely windy. that is what makes it the fire behavior sole unpredictable it is not as humid outside letter and it
makes it a lot harder to burn. their interest and helicopters and airplanes during the middle of the day to day or with more equipment to battle this bright blaze. >> reporter: he is telling me how crucial this is a water drop are trying to put out the diablo fire. >> usually a hundred and 50 to 200 ft. above the trees. so i see a lot of different pockets. >> reporter: so you are looking at video at what his helicopter looks like. depending on how things look like but it carries about 100 gal. of water and he needs to figure out where
and diablo he is allowed to dip his bucket and appeared he could drop maybe one or hundreds and he is prepared to be out here at the diablo fire for a full week. there are few other things i like to point out. the smoke from the diablo fire is moving south. on the accounting and so clear county. the air quality is really bad right now. we are a lot we are far away i can't smell it as much as we can see it. we do not know the cause of this fire. will be back with another a bit at 530 kron 4 news justine waldman. >> pam: kron-4's chief meterologist jacqueline bennett is here fire weather conditions.
>> jacqueline: observation stations are skirting the area where the fire is burning the to concede all of the 90s across the board here. we also see a very dry conditions. this is very low relative we tivoli try. we are seeing some gusts in with the higher terrain. the winds are erratic over the higher terrain. so again the wind could be a lot worse right now. but we are expecting cooler conditions.
i will have more on that coming up. >> jacqueline: >> pam: continuing our team coverage on the mount diablo fire. kron-4's charles clifford is live in livermore -- along vasco road. charles -- what can you see? >> reporter: mt. diablo is right behind me. i have been here for about an hour or so. flames whipping up on the bridge and in addition piquancy fire crews moving up the road and the fire broke in the side of mount diablo. right now the wind is kind of pushing the smoke of to the east over to klay 10 and sacramento. the see those explains with up on trees and brush up march a while before the most part
it has spent and not a lot of significant fire movement but definitely a busy same. you see a lot of crews working very hard. for the most part that is the very latest here in danville charles clifford kron 4 news. >> reporter:team coverage continues: here's a google earth map.with nasa technology identifying fire hot spots. this is looking north. here's mount diablo, you see clayton. the fire's primarily south and east of mount diablo. the elevation and steep terrain make fighting this fire very difficult on the ground. they're letting it burn in some areas that are far removed from homes. evactuation orders are in place for oak hill lane. curry canyon road and the curry point area, russelman park road, upper trail road, lower trail road, east
trail road, trail ride road. >> reporter:about 100 homes have been evacuated. there are also road closures. marsh creek road in clayton is closed from camino diablo to regency road. parts of deer valley road and morgan territory road are also shut down to non- residents. >> reporter:an evacuation center has been set up at the clayton community library on clayton road. >> reporter:the fire is getting too close for comfort for people living on the south side of the fire line as well. >> pam: kron 4 went to the blackhawk community in danville, where our maureen kelly found a number of residents on edge. >> reporter:the people living around here have been carefully watching the ominous clouds looming just in the distance. monday
morning the residents of this gated community here got an email from their homeowners association letting them know that for now they are not in any danger.but even so.watching cal fire fighting the blaze from the air so close to home.is making some people start thinking about what they would take with them if they were forced to flee. >> reporter:another thing that has people a little freaked out around here is the ash that is falling.if you look carefully at this video you can see particles flying thru the airit's also sprinkled on top of cars and collecting in the crevices of outdoor patios.another reminder of how close the fire is. >> reporter:maureen kelly kron4 news. >> reporter: >> pam: we are asking our kron 4 viewers to send us their photos of the raging brush fire near mount diablo. >> pam: and here is a look at some of the pictures you are sending us.
we encourage you to send your best fire pictures to breaking-news at kron dot com. or message us on facebook. >> pam: coming up at five. we'll analyze president obama's uphill battle in congress -- and with the american public -- on action in syria. if you thought the george zimmerman saga was over, try again. you won't believe why he was arrested today in florida. >> reporter:the fire on mount diablo is eerily similar to one that happened in the same spot over 35 years ago! >> reporter:we'll take a look at that -- coming up next. . >> reporter:and keep sending us your pictures of the mount diablo fire! these are from a photographer whose company is called spyglass hill. you can e-mail them to breaking news at kron dot com or post them on our facebook and twitter pages! stay with us -- as kron-4 news at five continues.
>> pam: we continue with our top story -- the fire on mount diablo. in walnut creek, horses evacuated from the fire zone are resting safely. those running the center, are expecting more horses, especially if the fire gets worse. kron-4s terisa estacio went to the equestrian center to see how the animals are doing. >> reporter:sadly, mount diablo is no stranger to fire. this was the scene in 1977.when more than six- thousand acres burned. this fire followed two years of dry weather - similar to the situation in which we now find ourselves. the fire charred the north side of
the mountain. >> i am trying to keep it together but i do get a low high strung. we're going to get docked and vehicles out. and hope for the best. >> reporter: piercing if the wind changes this afternoon, they could come this way. >> now we do not want to take any chances with these horses. >> reporter: your men do you remember the fire to this close before? >> yes there was a guide starting fires over here but they cleared out relief test.
>> reporter:and the aftermath revealed significant destruction. more than 100 fires have burned on mount diablo since the late 18-hundreds. >> pam: still ahead. >> pam: we'll take you back out to mount diablo, where a fire has burned over 37 hundred acres. and the president is finding the politics behind actions in syria are pretty difficult. we'll analyze that next. unbelievable.
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>> pam: >> catherine: tough week on syria. all the polls show that most americans are against a military strike. as shannon travis reports, public opinion is a big factor as congress prepares to vote this week. >> reporter:regarding syria. this week: every day counts. >> reporter:on monday: >> reporter:russia urges syria: let the international community control your chemical weapons.if that'll stop a strike. syria "welcomes" the idea." the obama administration: highly skeptical. but deputy national security advisor tony blinken saying. the u-s also welcomes the idea and will take a hard look at it.
>> reporter:also monday: congress returns after summer break. should lawmakers vote "yea" or "nay" to authorize a strike against the syrian regime? >>we have to come back here, i think, then talk about what is the u.s. national security interests? this is a question for all of us about what is right. this is about a conscience. >> reporter:meanwhile: a media blitz. president obama is doing six network t-v interviews. he has a tough sell. a new cnn/o-r-c poll shows six-in- ten americans against a strike. >> reporter:syria's president, in a c-b-s interview aired monday questioned where is evidence showing his government used chemical weapons. >> reporter:during the interview he was asked whether there will be attacks against u-s interests in the middle east should washington-led strikes take place: >>you should expect everything. not necessarily through the government. governments not only player in this region. >> reporter:on tuesday: it's presidenthe'll deliver an address to the nation from the white house. >> reporter: travis.
president obama is planning >> catherine: an address to the nation tomorrow. kron four will carry it live. you can see it right here at six p=m. >> jacqueline: we are still in the '90s and portions of the north the bay but we still but we did get relief closer to this afternoon. the north bay and portions of our bay shores for tuesday it will be a lot cooler inland. we will see more low nineties compared to the upper 90s with a cooling trend continuing through the week tomorrow morning and will not be as wide spread. 8:00 in will start to lift and by tan is back to the coast line. seabury's wan's will be fairly strong. again,
tomorrow head out the door with temperatures in the '50s and '60s. 54 and half moon bay. 67 in antioch, a little higher and concord. 82 in palo alto, a loss goes 83. 92 and antioch and pleasanton. at the coast line low 60s and sent for cisco and more east for the north bay tomorrow as the fall and will help us keep it a little cooler in the afternoon. cooler away from the coast to marron as we head into wednesday the: trend will continue and that thursday and friday it will
level off. >> pam: continue to send us your pictures and video of the mount diablo fire. you can send them to breaking news at kron-4 dot com, or post them on our facebook and twitter pages! >> pam: you could end up seeing them on our newscast! >> pam: still ahead. >> pam: george zimmerman -- back in trouble again. and you won't believe what landed him in police custody! it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet. walter likes to download fix-it videos... and watch "boardwalk empire." it helps sam with his math... [ beeping ] ...and online gaming. and suze loves her smartphone for "social" studies... like video-chatting with sara. hi, ms. kelly. hi, sara.
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>> pam: firefighters found the front door secured by a security grille and a double deadbolt. so police pulled a patrol car up to the burning building. fiefighters then used the hood to enter the house they found two more people unconscious and pulled them to safety, seven people were injured , including two police officers and two firefighters >> pam: a man found with head injuries in union square saturday morning has been identified. a relative stopped by san francisco general hospital and made a positive identification. he had no wallet or i-d when he was found. police have not released his name yet to the public. he is described as a white male between 30 and 40 years old. around 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. he has brown hair and brown eyes. >> pam: he was wearing levis jeans, black leather shoes,
and no shirt when he arrived at the trauma center. >> pam: the man who fell to his death yesterday attending the 498ers home openert candelstick park has been idenitified. >> pam: he is 32-year-old kevin hayes from hayward. he was walking with his brother on the jamestown pedestrian walkway just before 1-30 in the afternoon, when he fell about 20 feet onto the sidewalk below. >> pam: multiple witnesses say he appeared to be intoxicated prior to his fall. >> pam: still to come. >> pam: himself back in handcuffs this morning. the shocking details of why he was arrested. and we'll take you back out to mount diablo, where a fire has burned over 37 hundred acres. that's next.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: the fire burning along mount diablo is our top story tonight. here's the latest. the fire has now burned 37 hundred acres. the fire is only twenty percent contained. and at last check, 750 firefighters are now on the scene to fight the blaze.
>> pam: and mandatory evacuations have been ordered for oak hill lane, as well as the curry point area. we have team coverage on the fire. kron-4's justine waldman is live at the command center. and justine -- what have you learned? >> reporter: just under a half million dollars or a little bit more of than that to put out this fire. that is what they spent yester day. i also received an update of the firefighters that hurt his foot it is a minor injury and is expected to be back at work. and then
seek a little bit of smoke the way the wind is blowing now a kind of calm things down. >> reporter: what i want to show you now, is video just and to kron 4 news room. just a ride here, considered a crucial part of putting out this fire because they can to everything from cooked meals to go out on the fire line and put out fires. their role here is extremely important with putting out the fire. since the fire started yesterday they have been going full force working 36 hours straight. most of the fire crews worked 12 on an 12th off. we
are going to watch right here as a fire trap comes into the command center from what akers. >> reporter: >> gary: that is how far away approves are coming out to put out this fire. >> reporter: we are going to get more information and i will be back with a number live update, pam. >> pam: a big issue for all of the residents in the area is the heavy smoke and ash coming down. >> pam: kron-4's chief meterologist jacqueline bennett is here in the studio showing us the fire weather conditions. >> reporter: does in the 20 mi. power range. we will talk more about the land in just a moment. the fire is
burning and mt. diablo is cassette with a temperature observation still in the '90s and very hot and dry. houd what they're and it will do better as we enter to mount. dust with 20 once roundly higher terrain. we are seeing very erratic winds right now john coming from the west and northwest. but again have very erratic conditions. dust in the '20s and, weather expected in the next four days. i will have more on that coming up in just a bit. >> reporter: just came and
from the start of the show. a message of the but facebook you can see helicopters making water drops. looking south we would like to think gary and everyone else will have been standing still money picture spirit please keep it up! >> reporter: managing to find shelter on their own at least three evacuees were set up at a local hotel. some clayton residence at the red cross center have no place else to go. one man said he just made it out in time. >> i was in my place and joined the niners game. a
lady came by hong perform and stated that it was any mandatory evacuation. i had about a minute to get out and i gramophone and money and nearly a half full holloway and now 1,500 a. have burned. i'm really worried that my house is gone now. i was alone at the time and she was a good friend i'm thankful that she stop by to inform me of the evacuation. >> pam: we do encourage you to send us your pictures of the diablo fire. send them to breaking the nose or post them on our facebook and twitter pages to help us
tell the story of this blaze in an mt. diablo to the rest of the bay area. shelter for evacuees at the clayton community library.the majority of the 75 -100 residents evacuated from the area due to the mt. diablo fire found shelter on their own.at least 3- local hotel.however some clayton residents here at >> pam: the anticipation for tomorrow's apple event is huge! see the latest rumors of what could come in the announcement a little later. >> pam: and the 49ers began the 20- 13 season with a bang. >> pam: our jason applebaum will be here to talk about the game
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>> pam: football is most definitely back! >> pam: and yesterday's marquee matchup was without a doubt the 49ers and the packers which featured plenty of offense.but some dirty play as well. kron four's jason appelbaum joins me with the latest. >> reporter:but the headline is that kaepernick was absolutely brilliant.proving he's not just a runner.but rather the total package.
and any doubt that last season might have been a fluke.just put it to bed immediately. >> reporter:the packers were dead set on not kap him beat them on the ground after he ran for a record 181 yards the last time they met. so kap beat them with his arm instead. and boy did he beat them. thought >> reporter:a career high 412 yards passing.to go along with 3 touchdowns.no interceptions.most of it from the pocket.with new wideout anquan boldin - who came over from the ravens - hauling in 13 of those passes for 208 yards and a touchdown. >> reporter:a great season opening 34-to-28 win for the niners. but this is the play that everyone seems to be talking about. .matthews launching himself at kaepernick well out of
bounds. >> reporter:kaepernick pops right up.and then joe staley - the big offensive lineman comes to his quarterback's aid.some pushing and shoving. >> reporter:.flags fly.nobody hurt. coach harbaugh called it a dirty hit yesterday.and then today had some fun with the whole thing. >> if you going to go to the face come with knuckles not an open slot. so let slap. >> reporter: as for kapernick this is why you have to love the guy. talk about the cheap shot by matthews. >> it intimidation is your game plan i hope that you have in another run. another one one
>> pam: there is still a lot to talk about. >> catherine: and national news and another round of trouble for zimmerman. >>shellie zimmerman: "no, he's in his car and he continuously has his hand on his gun and he's saying 'step closer'. he's just threatening all of us." >> reporter: father-in-law's home today - >>"the caller was shellie and threatened with a handgun."
>> catherine: police talked to shellie zimmerman and to her estranged husband. each blamed the other. in the end no charges were >> catherine: shellie zimmerman filed for divorce last week, saying they'd been living >> catherine: he will be arraigned tomorrow and according to his attorney plans to plead guilty. cordless was facing eight and a half years in prison if he is a big convicted. >> pam: now for today's market update. the stock market's two-week thousand mark is officially over. the dow jones jumped 140 points to 15 thousand and almost a one percent jump, which is the highest mark in two months. the nasdaq and s and p 500 also increased. the nasdaq jumps 47 points, and the s and p by 16 and a half.
>> catherine: coming up at the top of the >> reporter: >> that will move the stock. amazing sofar expectations will of great for people who have the older models. when you open your phone by touching it with a bomb threat that could be a big security push for enterpriser spirit. ltv will get new content partners, improving it ever so slightly.
>> reporter: also watching facebook stock giving investors something to cheer about. >> i think video and if done correctly will drive the stock enormously because of advertisement. kids in college users they can exclude seniors that will not purchase any thing. it is interesting to look >> reporter: s seems like a gas prices are starting to pick back up again. >> to things, seems to be
imminent about a week or to even with out congressional approval. we keep hearing about jobs are back in manufacturing is strong. so if that happens we will be driving more and the cast and the price of gasoline should go up. >> jacqueline: another hot day at least at the coast line patrick 100 and two at livermore and 100 and fairfield. 92 withstand failed. 92 at san rafael. 60 in richmond, 77 in oakland.
we will be seen at low 90s for our inland valleys compared to the upper 90s that we have been seen. tomorrow will not be very wide spread at all we will see fog in the north day. temperature why is tomorrow at the coast 66 in san francisco and 70's and low 80s down and the peninsula. the chorus at the shore line largely in the '70s. 75 and oakland and 76 in hayward. still in the '90s but low 90s, and 90 and concord in 94 in britain but with 92 in livermore. south bay, low 70's and with mountain view
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for people watching the huge smoke plume. >>i am trying to keep it together. >> pam: tonight at six. rescuing >> pam: horses from the path of the flames. >> pam: and hear from the people who had to grab what they could as the fire came near. r >> pam: the mount diablo fire is spreading. at six -- we continue to follow the latest developments. here's what we know right now. the fire has burned more >> pam: than 37-hundred acres. the flames are 20- percent contained. and -- at least 100 homes are threatened this evening. >> pam: we begin our team coverage with kron'4 justine waldman. >> pam: she's live at the command post with the latest. justine?? >> reporter: moments ago because of the direction aware that how the wind is blowing is difficult to see.
when i looked at my car to monitor it was 100 degrees out here. his is so hot and so wendy. it is also extremely dry which is difficult for firefighters. the alameda fire department shared with kron4 news how they are trying to put out the fire. the air efforts that they drop on top of the flames to smother the flames and smoke and stop the fire from spreading. the shows you more of the ground efforts and the firefighters and trucks that are on the scene. the hand throws and helicopters are in the middle of the plant are in the middle of the day they ordered more to come out and assess their needs and what they want to put out the fire at mount
diablo which is extremely challenging. it is just on crete deductible. unpredictable. >> reporter: here is a quick tour of the command center. this is their main village so that they can come and get their equipment and go back out to mt. diablo to put out the fire. crews are coming far away as lake tahoe. this is crucial as to see what his visual is from above to help the crows on the ground. croup crew. ♪
>> >> reporter: so his tank that he carries a row house 700 gal. of water in he can to up to 100 dropped staying up there for at least two hours depending on conditions. however he cannot stay up there at ninth because it is too dangerous. night. >> reporter: firefighter that did hurt his but instead to be doing ok is just a minor injury. they do not know what started this fire. it's costing about a half million dollars and just started burning early afternoon. so he will come
back and report to me and i will tell you what he said hopefully during our live report its sixth thirty and is not definitely at 8:00 p.m.. >> pam: some roads are now closed in fire. emergency crews are the only vehicles allowed. >> pam: kron4's haaziq madyun shows you where one main access road has been shut down. unless you have what it takes to gain access to the restricted area. >> reporter:heads upthe road is closed regency drive here in claytonthat is unless you are driving one of these emergency response vehicles moving fast up the hill to assist in the battle against the mt. diablo fire >> reporter:however for residents in the area who need to access this roadclayton's assistant city manager says you will need to provide proff that you live here >>"we ask residents if the
have i.d.'s to show i.d.'sassist i facilitating them through the areaaren't under the evacuation" >> reporter:for the time beingeveryone elsenot having proper identification will be turned aroundofficials here say that also goes for the road closure on the east side of the county at march creek road at deer valley near unincorporated antiochin clayton haaziq madyun kron4news >> pam: continuing our team coverage. kron4's charles clifford shows us the view of the mount diablo fire from danville. >> reporter: right now i am standing in on corporate demand deal. but there is a lot of black and white smoke
coming off from the mountain dew. you can also see flames on wiping out what's in a while what tankers dropping water on the ridge line. the smoke from the fire is mainly being pushed off to the east and basically to the south of sacramento. the tax system homes is open for the most part. ltd. took residence only in danville charles clifford kron4 names. >> reporter:team coverage continues: here's a google earth map.with nasa technology identifying fire hot spots. this is looking north. here's mount diablo, you see clayton. >> reporter:the fire's primarily south and east of mount diablo. the elevation and steep terrain make fighting this fire very difficult on the ground. >> reporter:they're letting it burn in some areas that are far removed from homes. evactuation orders are in place for oak hill lane.
curry canyon road and the curry point area, russelman park road, upper trail road, lower trail road, east trail road, trail ride road. about 100 homes have been evacuated. >> reporter:there are dozens of horses >> pam: and other livestock who live near the heart of the fire zone. >> pam: kron four's terisa estacio was out with one family as they worked to save their animals from the flames. >> reporter: here at walnut creek at the equestrian center. there be evacuating just because of the fire. just to make sure that they are not traumatized at the state that they were rushed from their home. how many horses did you were you able to get out because of the flames from mt. diablo? >> ran now just 6% right
now, just six. some of the horses did not handle the stress right now the sun seemed to be doing very well. >> it is a little scary to see that much smoke. i was right on the fire line waiting to see if we were needed and fortunately we brought it we were not. >> jacqueline: you can see the regional temperatures all bearing depending on locations. we're still seeing temperatures quite warm and the '80s and more for the '90s. quite dry out
there teens are considered critical fire danger. we are seen very dry conditions again. one thing we missing the last at 30 mi. per hour. i would see those man's moving down to the south. dickensian concord and glycol with antioch moving south way down. winds have been worse out there with gusty conditions will be up in the '20s and '30s as you can see. with a lot, as we head into town with cooler weather and not as dry. we will bring you more on the weather conditions as listed on that.
>> reporter:people are sending us some really impressive images of this mount diablo fire. >> reporter: at woman with the holes wetting everything down. some people are staying home. we in encourage you to see and the of your fellow script photos. >> pam: coming up. >> pam: claims the life of a teenager. what investigators are saying about the crash that also hospitalized two other teens. plus -- a 49ers fan dies >> pam: after falling from a pedestrian overcrossing outside candlestick park. what we're learning about the victim. >> catherine: also ahead. syria's president issues a warning if the u=s attacks as the president says he may be open to an alternative.
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>> pam: from the air from a helicopter partnership with abc seven new spirit look of the video as it spread just send sunday afternoon and spreading after 1:00, still no word on what caused this fire. the cruise will be on the same and so will our reporters. we will keep you updated this video from this morning off from them mt. diablo fighter. catherine? >> catherine: syria's president is warning of retaliation if the u=s attacks his country. >> catherine: the obama administration is now signalling that an alternative might be possible. >> catherine: over the weekend russia urged its syrian ally to give up its chemical weapons to international control - so they can be destroyed. >> catherine: president obama said today that the idea represents a potential breakthrough.
new polls show fewer than 40 percent of americans support a military strike. >> catherine: president obama will make his case to the public in a white house address tomorrow. you can see it live here on kron four at 6 pm. >> pam: in bay area news tonight-- >> pam: still no word from the authorities on the identity of a 17-year-old sunnyvale teen, who was killed in a car crash in the santa cruz mountains over the weekend. >> pam: kron four's rob fladeboe reports on what investigators are saying about the crash, that also sent two other teenagers to the hospital. >> reporter:aside from the location of the crash, here along skyline boulevard above los gatos, details are scarce, says the chp, because the two survivors, both 16 years old and also from sunnyvale, remain hospitalized with serious injuries and have been unable to provide much detail about what exactly happened.
>> reporter:after striking the 2nd tree, the late model acura sedan burst into flames. the two passengers were able to escape while the driver was trapped. >> reporter:the cause of the accident is not clear but the chp says the winding highway 35 can be challenging, particularly at night and that speed may also have contributed to the crash. >> sometimes even 5 mi. all over if you are not experienced driver, probably do not have a lot of years experience driving at night and on a small world away with terms and that, quite possible that speed was a factor. >> reporter: rob fladeboe
kron 4 news. >> pam: the man who fell to his death yesterday attending the 498ers home opener at candlestick park has been idenitified as 32- year-d hayes from hayward. >> pam: he was walking with his brother on the jamestown pedestrian walkway just before 1-30 in the afternoon, when he fell about 20 feet onto the sidewalk below. multiple witnesses say he appeared to be intoxicated prior to his fall. >> reporter:the homicide count in on the rise in san jose. the latest apparent victim was found yesterday morning. >> reporter:a body was found in a parked jeep on east humboldt street near spartan stadium and san jose state university. >> reporter:autopsy results are pening. just after 10:30 sat night. a fatal stabbing saturday on dakota drive in southeast san jose. 39-year-old martha casillas died. >> reporter:friday night.just after 9:30 - 46- year-old anthony zumini shot to death in the berryessa neighborhood. gilchrist drive near maybury road.
>> reporter:police arrested a suspect in this one. this makes 37 homicides so far this year in san jose. >> reporter:the citiy's on pace to break last years total of 46.which was the most in 20 years. weather transition- transition stay with kron4 as we >> jacqueline: this afternoon, you could see the fog starting to roll back over the hill. we will see more fault coverage out there tomorrow morning. fog. woolsey cooler conditions
especially in the land. inland. yet it will be more extensive through the delta and of the bay shore spited o'clock it will start to lift and by tannin back to the coast line. temperature allies out the door '60s and '70s to start the day care it 54 in santa rosa, 60 and not all. 67 at an antioch, and 65 in concord. temperature live in a little bit cooler in the south bay with low eighties for the most part. 82 in redwood city and paulo all told. palo alto. 70's for east bay
shore spirit loss 64 calls side and the fault should help keeping score to my own money back into the 80s and santa rosa and napa. cooler temperatures tomorrow away from the coastline will be noticeable. by thursday and friday temperatures and tablet warmer staying under the 90 degree mark. >> pam: more than 3,700 a. charred and 100 homes still threatened corporate one we return will hear from people in the community still threatened by the growing fire.
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in several areas near the fire. >> pam: this blaze has also been sending up huge clouds of smoke up into the air for more than 24 hours. >> pam: it's also dropping ash on the ground miles away from where the fire is burning. kron4's maureen kelly went to danville and talked to people who are feeling the affects. >> reporter:grey, white and black particles are littering the outside of people's homes.check out all the ash on my palm in this video here.resident are finding there cars lightly dusted with the stuff. if you look closly in this video you can see some small flakes flying thru the air. >> reporter:these women out for a walk say they it was really noticable. >> reporter:those i talked to didn't care about smell or the mess.but the sight of the ash and the smoke.is a depressing reminder of the
greater impact the fire could have on their community. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> you just feel helpless it. it is very sad this very sad. >> reporter:coming up-- firefighters battling a raging wildfire in the east bay. that's forced people from their homes. we have live team coverage from the mount diablo fire. plus: a new bike- share program is rolled out in san francisco. and our stanley roberts catches people using the bikes for everything *except what they're intended for. that's coming up.
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>> pam: the fire burning along mount diablo is our top story tonight. >> pam: here's the latest. the fire has now burned 37 hundred acres. the fire is only twenty percent contained. and at last check, 750 firefighters are now on the scene to fight the blaze. and mandatory evacuations have been ordered for oak hill lane, as well as the curry point area. we have team coverage on the fire. >> pam: kron-4's justine waldman is live at the command center. >> pam: learned? >> reporter: stopping here so that they take place more fuel into the helicopters to put more water on top of the fire. let's show you mt. diablo so you uc board this fire is burning.
>> reporter: we cannot see smoke at this moment because of the way the wind is blowing. however we have seen smoke out here most of the afternoon. they're working on trying to make sure the fire does not burn those building spirit it is extremely hot out here and dry. looking for to the evening hours so that the humidity may drop. the plo just left moments ago to give us information on what percentage of containment has been updated. he should
be shot back shortly. so it is a clock will have the very latest information for you pam. >> pam: a big issue for all of the residents in the area is the heavy smoke and ash coming down. >> pam: kron-4's chief meterologist jacqueline bennett is here in the studio showing us where it is, and which way it's blowing >> jacqueline: is very dry and low during the day. temperatures may go down in the evening hours with 89 and 79 degrees and black. for the region at its very warm and very dry. very dry conditions for the entire region but as the sun sent most communities will go up in the '30's and 40's overnight tonight. that
should help firefighters. we are seeing gust of 30 mi. per hour at other locations with wind coming off of the south, from the northwest board to west. going out to the east or southeast. these winds are expected to die down as wahl and become a little bit more less erratic. >> pam: continuing our team coverage on the mount diablo fire. kron-4's charles clifford is live in livermore -- along vasco road. charles -- what can you see >> pam: coverage of the mount diablo fire, kron-4's haaziq madyun has more about which roads in the area are shut down. >> they just want to make sure that they keep things open to have a place for people to go. fisher is the
practitioner and will. we have plenty of drama. plenty of room. >> reporter: many homes have been put up right against the mount diablo state park. so close to home that some residents are thinking of what possessions to bring with them if they are forced to flee. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> reporter: i will explain in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> reporter: we are one day away from apples baked press be that. who knows maybe an
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>> pam: latest edition of "people behaving badly. . >> reporter:it's an outdoor gym, yes you can exercise in the comfort of seventh and market. >> reporter:complete with 1200 dollar bicycles it might appear that the city of san francisco is offering free exercise machines the sad part at least one has been vandalized . oh wait these are not stationary bikes they are part of the bike share program where for a small price you can borrow a bike >> reporter:i absolutely love the idea, not sure i like the idea of placing them right smack in the middle of thieves market you know that place where you can pretty much buy whatever you want albeit most of it was permanently borrowed from a total stranger >> reporter:like this lime green ridesharebike shown here in this photo that was tweeted by the san francisco anti bike theft detail notice how the would be bike thieves rapped it toilet paper to conceal its true
identity >> reporter:anyway this bike was recovered i watched these bikes for a bit to see what goes on and while some people are utilizing the bikes for its intended purpose for some it's a upper body strenth workout like this guy working on thise pecks >> reporter: this man im not sure exactly want he is doing, he parkes his bike to check out these bikes then takes out a note pad and appears to taking detailed note on the construction of the bike racks who knows maybe he want to build a better bike rack >> reporter:this guy showed up with what appeared to be a generator of some type and used the bike racks as a place to showcase his goods i am interested in seeing how this new bike share program plays out but for right now it's new and lets just some people are getting a feel for it >> reporter:in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news >> pam: great stuff from
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